ekon Wrote:Before I start configuring this, TMT 5 (this guide is for TMT3) does not play index.bdmv. It just starts TMT but it doesnt play anything. Is there anyway around this?
I've got a working config for playing BD folder rips in TMT5. The trick is that you need to pass a folder name instead of index.bdmv (TMT5 seems to ignore index.bdmv), which is done via a cmd script:
"c:\Program Files\ArcSoft\TotalMedia Theatre 5\uLaunchTMT5.exe" %~dp1
<player name="TMT5" type="ExternalPlayer" audio="false" video="true">
<!-- the path to a cmd script - you can change to your own -->
<rule filetypes="bdmv" player="TMT5"/>
One of the issues I've noticed that sometimes XBMC steals key focus. And you need to close TMT5 manually. Apart from that it works.
I'm not sure but you may also need a virtual BD drive from Daemon tools lite in your system.
UPD: I've found out that TMT5 MCE plug-in better suits here. For that you need to create a shortcut to the file "uMCEPlayer5.exe" and set "maximized" in its properties. Then use this shortcut to open BD folders. So the bd.cmd file for XBMC should be the following:
"c:\Program Files\ArcSoft\TotalMedia Theatre 5\uMCEPlayer5.lnk" %~dp1